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Calling all Galway start ups — and win expertise and mentoring

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The Irish Times and AIB are calling out to all entrepreneurs to enter a special start up competition to earn a place in AIB Start Up Academy in association with The Irish Times. Budding entrepreneurs who are successful will benefit from the best expertise and weekly hands on mentoring from the Irish Times and AIB.

OPW apprenticeships open

The Commissioners of Public Works have launched a new programme for apprenticeships in the areas of carpentry/joinery and stonemasonry.

Free places on social media applications and sales course at AIT

The Department of Lifelong Learning at the Athlone Institute of Technology has announced that it has received funding from Springboard to fund 25-plus part-time places on its newly developed certificate in social media applications and sales, HETAC Level 6, one year, part-time programme. The programme will be delivered in AIT over 16 hours delivered on Thursday and Friday, with the occasional Saturday, for one year commencing this December 12. The application deadline is Friday November 29.

Chief economist to be keynote speaker at launch of SCCUL

r Dan McLaughlin, Group Chief Economist of the Bank of Ireland will be the key note speaker at the launch of the 2013 Programme from SCCUL on Wednesday January 30 at 8pm in the Clayton Hotel.

WIN – an excellent support in difficult times

I first came in contact with WIN in 2009 after being made redundant as a result of the company re-locating. WIN was just in its infancy, and from the start, it provided excellent support.

Dragon Duffy to launch mentoring programme in city next month

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RTE Dragon and serial investor Gavin Duffy will officially launch a new mentoring initiative for small businesses at the SCCUL Mentworking Evening in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill on Wednesday May 2 at 5.30pm.

Senior business figures allow their brains to be picked at SCCUL mentoring event

A new structured mentoring initiative where the expertise of leading business figures in Galway will be shared with small businesses was launched last Friday in Ballybane Enterprise Centre. Over 40 senior figures from the city’s business and commercial sector gathered for a briefing breakfast to launch SCCUL Mentors- a mentoring programme which will provide pro bono (free) access to business expertise and wisdom. The mentoring programme will be coordinated by SCCUL Enterprises and advice will provided in the key areas of Business planning, Finance, Sales, IT, Marketing & PR, Training and Development , HR Quality, and Research & Development

Start your own business

More and more people are now looking at the option of self-employment due to the current economic climate. For some people, it is an opportunity to explore a business idea that they may have had in the back of their minds for some time, but never pursued owing to the lack of time or perhaps the comfort of the relatively ‘secure income’ they may have enjoyed in employment.

FÁS students receive FETAC certs on completion of their apprenticeships

Some 310 apprentices in the Midlands region recently received certification on completion of their apprenticeships. A presentation of certificates was made to 50 of these apprentices by Minister Willie Penrose last Friday October 14.

Mentoring programme for female entrepreneurs launched

Minister for Small Business, John Perry, has formally launched the National Mentoring Programme for Female Entrepreneurs. The programme is an initiative led by Galway Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the four chambers of commerce in Dublin, Cork, Waterford, and Sligo. The mentoring programme is geared towards early stage female entrepreneurs and sees them matched with a mentor for a 12-month period of mentoring support.


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